Revry premieres its first Instagram IGTV series 'Room to Grow' on National Coming Out Day, October 11
'Room to Grow' is an inspiringly heartwarming docu-series that chronicles the lives of LGBTQ+ teens and families in cities across North America
Premiering on October 11th on National Coming Out Day is 'Room to Grow' an inspiringly heartwarming docu-series chronicling the lives of LGBTQ+ teens and families in cities across North America, offering an intimate glimpse into their daily lives as they endeavor to find an identity that fits and a place in their communities. 'Room to Grow' shows just how important it is for LGBTQ+ teenagers to receive the support they need at home, at school, at church, and in the world to reach their full potential.
Revry, the global queer streaming network will be premiering its first series on Instagram's IGTV video platform. The premiere episode introduces Savannah (star of the HBO doc Believer about Imagine Dragon’s Dan Reynold’s charity) and her viral moment of being shut out of the Mormon church. The documentary deals with racial as well as sexual and gender issues. It's particularly interesting and is bound to generate a discussion since it deals with children and the challenges they go through in their adolescent years
Matt Alber and Jon Garcia have directed and produced this docu-series. Alber is a two-time Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, filmmaker and LGBTQ+ youth educator based in Portland, OR, while Garcia is an accomplished musician and Emmy-nominated filmmaker currently living in Portland, OR. He has released feature films in varying genres in his short career as a filmmaker, including the cult trilogy The Falls, The Falls: Testament of Love, and The Falls: Covenant of Grace being the most well known.
Revry is the premier queer digital media network for the inclusive 21st century LGBTQ+ community. As the first-ever global queer streaming service, Revry offers a uniquely curated selection of domestic and international entertainment that includes iconic, award-winning narrative and documentary films, cutting-edge series and originals along with the world's largest queer libraries of groundbreaking podcasts, music albums and videos.